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Solution Folders and JSLint.VS

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It doesn't like Solution folders...e.g in my Solution I would normally create solution folders such as Libraries, Web, Tests, Solution Items (for stylecop settings and so on), etc, and then place my projects inside these folders.
 
My main project where my JS files are kept are in the Web solution folder. When I view the JSLint options, under "Don't Check The Whole Solution", it only lists the top level solution folders rather than the projects they contain.
 
Building the project returns no JSLint errors, and the temp.js file doesn't even get created. When I move the project back to the top level of the solution, it then starts to work, though it still isn't listed in the JSLint options.
 
If you then save the new solution structure, close it and re-open it, it then shows the project in the JSLint Options, as well as all the subfolders within the web project, such as img, js, css, etc.
 
So I guess this is a bug as it only appears to look at the top level rather than projects hidden away in solution folders.

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shivendra2111 wrote Mar 29, 2010 at 9:09 AM

Even I am facing the same issue.

The build-integration fails if solution has subfolders which contain the web project

shivendra2111 wrote Mar 29, 2010 at 9:09 AM

Even I am facing the same issue.

The build-integration fails if solution has subfolders which contain the web project

wrote Feb 13, 2013 at 9:31 PM